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Considering becoming vegan/vegetarian watch
- 16-10-2017 03:55
(Original post by Vixen47)
- 16-10-2017 04:11
Ew. Vegetarianism is a huge no. Think of all the steak and chicken wings that will mourn you. Veganism is a bigger no. All those cups of tea ruined. Good god. What's the point of life if not meat and tea.Last edited by awkwardshortguy; 16-10-2017 at 04:15.
- 16-10-2017 06:11
You are most welcome and definitely, link up with the Veggie Society on here, as well as the various Vegetarian/Vegan societies and interests groups. (meetup.com has regular ones, making these connections will give you valuable insight and perspectives, suggestions, recipes, etc.)
- 04-11-2017 18:55
You can also use soy milk which is fortified with protein to help you make gains
(Original post by ChickenMadness)
- 04-11-2017 18:56
Firstly, and this is the biggest reason. It will make me 'cool' and 'hip'.
Secondly, I'm really into health + fitness anyway. Normally I'm not convinced by people to try certain 'health' things unless they show me evidence for it. Most of the vegetarian videos I've seen have been full of BS and not articulate at all, but now that I've been watching this guy Mic the vegan I am convinced. I'm all about being healthy and living longer lol.
Only problem is I'm into bodybuilding so I'm going to have to find out if it's viable or not. I don't even like eating meat anyway and I generally get most of my protein from protein shakes because I find eating masses of meat a massive chore.
Saving animals is also a plus.
Corbynista thanks for linking that guys channel lol. Really informative videos.